Running And Tourism In Oslo

Cold, dark, snowy… This is probably what comes to your mind when you think of Northern cities. But they have much more to offer, certainly from a cultural, economic and social point of view. The most compelling example is probably Oslo, the Norwegian capital. Continue reading Running And Tourism In Oslo

Running And Tourism In Warsaw

Once the capital of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, Warsaw has been the capital of Poland since 1918. Heavily damaged during the Second World War, and mostly rebuilt in totalitarian architecture… During the second half of the twentieth century, Warsaw was not exactly the dream destination for Western visitors. But thanks to the town council’s efforts during the last few decades, Warsaw has become a major international tourist destination, with an airport used by 10 million passengers every year. Continue reading Running And Tourism In Warsaw

Running And Tourism In Florence

Known as the Capital of Arts, Florence is one of tourists’ most-loved Italian cities, attracting nearly 2 million visitors every year. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the city played an important cultural and economic role during the Middle Ages, the Renaissance, and later, when it was declared the capital of the newly united Kingdom of Italy (1865-1871). Florence is well-known for being the birthplace of the Renaissance, the city’s Golden Age, at the time when it was ruled by the Medici family. Continue reading Running And Tourism In Florence